Indigo Mountain Nature Center
Indigo Mountain Nature Center was established to create public awareness and inspire respect for all wildlife through education, while providing a variety of specialized services to captive-born wildlife, exotic and alternative pets.
The organization’s primary goal is to provide a permanent home to animals and species that we have sufficient expertise and facilities to house them.
To provide the highest level of care for the health and well-being of each of the animals in residence.
To create habitats designed to meet the needs of the animal’s physical, social and emotional needs.
Encourage natural behaviors in each species and each individual animal.
To continuously study and learn from the animals in our care.
Be a leader and innovator in wildlife education.
Create awareness in the challenges facing captive-born wildlife, exotic and alternative pets and their wild cousins.
In our 18 year history Indigo Mountain’s services have been called upon for saving individual animals in need to much larger scale rescues involving dozens of animals. We are called upon by animal shelters and animal control to phenotype wolfdogs and place a variety of exotic animals that they cannot or will not try to find homes for.
Indigo Mountain offers a last chance for a life of compassion, love, dignity and respect to captive-born wildlife and alternative pets. The sanctuary provides a lifelong home to abandoned, abused, confiscated, or unwanted animals such as black bear, wolfdogs, coydogs and Bengal cats.
P.O. Box 208
Lake George, CO 80827